Category: google

uTorrent bug, Google Project Zero uncovers

A Google researcher at Google Project Zero discovered a number of flaws in a well known peer-to-peer file sharing application. The vulnerabilities “allow an attacker to infect a victim with malware or collect data on the users’ past downloads.” I won’t repeat the content but you can read a technical explanation here or follow this

Chronicle, another company from Alphabet.

The cyber security space is expending with tones of new firms popping up every year. There is a premium problem to be solved. In late we have seen the Endpoint market accused to have gone stale, and in the last couple of years we literally saw wars over the Endpoint market share with the old

When HASHES Collide

Google has been working on the possibility of hash collision for a while. Their work focused on SHA1. They have just released the below blog post announcing the first SHA1 collision. Of course the security community has seen this coming for a number of years but this is the first proof. It has to be